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Dutch artist Piet Mondrian would have been 142 today. Ahead of their exhibitions devoted to his influential career, bakers in Liverpool and Margate have been hard at work.
A fleet of artists including Tracey Emin, Tacita Dean and Yinka Shonibare feature in a dual-site exhibition at John Hansard Gallery and the SeaCity Museum.
The National Portrait Gallery brings together photography, film, painting and drawing from all sides of the conflict in a major exploration of the faces of the First World War.
Turner and Frankenthaler are not an obvious pairing. But their side-by-side display in Margate provides a startling exhibition, says Rhiannon Starr.
From predators to shamanism and Hans Holbein to canaries, a six-section show in Norwich will feature hundreds of representations of birds through the centuries.
Hull curators call for photos of public at play in museum plan to raise smiles with Beryl Cook selfies
Ahead of an exhibition of the works of painter Beryl Cook celebrating the joys of working and playing hard, curators in Hull are calling on the public to join the show.
Take a look at five of the highlights from a £974,000 collection of the mid-20th century painter's works, bought by National Museum Wales.
A very special encounter with a "heavenly moment in English painting" awaits visitors to Pallant House Gallery's Stanley Spencer: Heaven in a Hell of War.
An absorbing exhibition at Kettle's Yard explores the work of Ben and Winifred Nicholson and their work with Christopher Wood, Alfred Wallis and William Staite Murray.
Fans of 20th and 21st century British painting are in for a treat as the Jerwood Gallery in Hastings reveals the Jerwood Collection in a major exhibition stretching across both floors.
Founder of Pop Art, inventor of the installation, developer of digital agitprop: the late British artist was many things, discovers Mark Sheerin.
Self-Portrait, a 1640 work which has been bought by an overseas buyer, is likely to have its export bar extended after public donations reached £3.2 million in three months.
Martin Creed's ambiguity plays itself out through a barrage of balloons and a honking Ford Focus on the Southbank, while a spinning neon threatens decapitation.
A mid-18th century vista made for a Grand Tourist has been bought by the Ashmolean, with curators professing their adoration for the "luminous" quality of the painting.
A Rembrandt portrait of the Amsterdam preacher who was a godfather and baptist to the artist's children has turned out to be more than a copy by Dr Tico Seifert.